Our programmes are designed to make space for even the youngest learners to silently look at and take in works of Arts, thus encouraging them to freely interpret and articulate.
To celebrate 50 years of Tinkle comics, students of DY Patil International School, Worli, explored the world of Suppandi, Shikari Shambhu, Ramu-Shamu and many others, while also talking about issues that are relevant and important in our own lives.
Experiential professional development workshops for educators on a variety of focus areas such as Methodologies for Early Childhood Learning, Story telling and Classroom Performance skills, Confidence and Presence, and more.
We design Art curriculums that are steeped in Art History, while finding ways for young learners to understand and interpret the works using contemporary and personally relevant lenses.
Teachers at Mumbai Mobile Creche attended a special workshop on using the voice and the body more effectively to make Story telling sessions more engaging for their young learners.
Early years educators at Rawadat Al-Quran Al Kareem, Mumbai immersed in an intense creative discussion during a workshop on using Art based methods in the classroom.
Our plays create safe spaces for learners of all ages to find a role to play to their best ability and enables and empowers them to find joy in expressing themselves on stage.
Learners at Goldcrest International School in the middle of designing and executing their Annual Drama performance. Our programmes encourage leaners to take on diverse responsibilities in the performance development process.
We designed a workshop for the students of the Bachelors of Elementary education of Lady Shriram College to explore the potential of using objects as a means of storytelling in the classroom for the very young.
Students across all grades of Hasanat High School spent 4 weeks exploring and investigating the effects of single use plastics on the environment, and worked together to create stunning sculptures for their Annual Art Exhibition.
Early years and Primary years teachers at Mount Litera International School, during a unique workshop on the importance of being more 'present' as a facilitator and bringing the whole self into the classroom.
Our Drama and Art programmes are designed to encourage learners to take ownership and accountability of their learning journey, while completely immersing themselves in the entire process of Art making.